The behaviour of bioplastic films in mechanical recycling streams

Up to 10% compostable plastics mixing with conventional plastics in post-consumer recycling streams show no, or negligible, impact on the mechanical performance of the recyclates says a meta-study published by European Bioplastics.

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Organisation: European Bioplastics Visit this organisation's home page

Organisation type: Industry collaborative grouping

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Main area addressed by this resource: Materials, Recycling

Information type: Downloadable PDF

Geographical scope: EU

Level of detail: Detailed

Materials: Flexible packaging, Polymers

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Design topics: Recycled content

Latest developments: News, Research

End of life: Recycling


Audience: Manufacturers, Those interested in environment, Those who spec packaging


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